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Ed Condran
Ed Condran

Ed Condran joined The Spokesman-Review in September as a freelancer and became a full-time Features reporter in March. The veteran journalist, who has written for Playboy, Parents, Rolling Stone, Maxim, Details, the Washington Post and the Dallas Morning News, will cover music, comedy, travel, parenting and more. The Temple University alum crafted jokes for Bette Midler's "Kiss My Brass" tour, and Burt Reynolds, George Carlin and Chris Cornell were some of his favorite interviews. Condran is a long-suffering Minnesota Vikings fan.

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News >  Family
July 25, 2021, 9 a.m.
Why men collect objects is a mystery. Perhaps it goes back to the days of hunting and gathering, and it's connected to a survival mechanism. Many of my friends collect things. My friend Joe, who is my daughter Jillian's godfather, has an enormous collection of "Star Wars."

July 22, 2021, 1 p.m.
The ageless Smokey Robinson will perform Saturday at Northern Quest Resort & Casino. Robinson talks songwriting and reveals what it was like growing up with Aretha Franklin and how cool it was when Bob Dylan called him America's greatest living poet.

July 22, 2021, 10 a.m.
A long line of Philly comics have made a name for themselves courtesy of anecdotes. David Brenner, Kevin Hart, Dom Irrera and Bill Cosby became legends due to their storytelling ability. Clint Coley lived in Philadelphia for 25 years before moving to L.A. 10 years ago. 

July 21, 2021, 4 a.m.
The force was not with the Garland Theater or anyone 16 months ago. "Star Wars" was the last film screened at the Garland before the pandemic shuttered venues around the world. Garland Theater owner Katherine Fritchie sounded forlorn during a December chat.